I often have problems where the Arduino IDE can’t find a library file. Can someone explain exactly where the IDE looks for library files and how to point the IDE to a library located somewhere else? I know there are two general formats for the library file: #include <mylibrary.h> and #include “mylibrary.h” But I’m not sure when to use which.
How do I put a path (Apple OSX) in for a library, either relative or absolute? If relative, what’s it relative too, the ArduinoSketchDirectory\library directory.
Because I use different computers with the IDE, I usually keep my sketches on a network drive (I use Jungle Disk). If my local Arduino sketch directory is something like C:\Users\scott\Documents\Arduino\ and my sketch is actually located s:\MySketches, does that make any difference with the libraries? Could I have libraries on my network drive?